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El Rio de Tiempo Boat Ride
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Tapestry of Nations Parade
International Gateway

The World Showcase currently features a total of 11 Pavillions, with rumours circulating for a long time that more might be added, including at least one with a RollerCoaster ride, possibly a Matterhorn style ride as at the Californian Disneyland park.

In the past Disney have stated that the World Showcase area could potentially hous a further 8 pavillions on top of the 11 already there, with possible additions including countries such as Greece, Spain, Switzerland, Brazil, and perhaps Australia.

This would seem to provide an ideal opportunity for a Matterhorn style ride in a Switzerland pavillion, and a water flume style ride in a Brazillian pavillion.

Rumours also seem to indicate that Disney may be in talks with Spain about moving plans for a Spanish pavillion into production, and also with Denmark about possibly building a Lego based pavillion.


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